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I'm using imap_fetchbody() in 2 scripts.  It works in one, and not the other.  The only difference I've seen is when I echo $mbox, the good one says:

Stream: Resource id #2

and the bad one says:

Stream: Resource id #3

They are the same mailbox though.  Any thoughts?

Derek
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I figured out why it was #3.  I still can't figure out why I get "No body information available" on one and not the other.

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My mailbox was corrupt.
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